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Squeaker and Other Sidewalk Stories

  • Squeaker is my new CD featuring sidewalk stories with a city twist. It makes great family listening. Give me an e-mail, and, for $15, I'll send you a copy. Scroll down to the February 8 blog entry for a description and a good picture.

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Lisa Samuels

Thanks Sally! It's great to hear someone is enjoying an old favourite of Annick's. And better still, your post led me to your fabulous blog - good luck with your storytelling!


Thank you for this, I work with challenged adults that are all at different levels, I think that these type of stories may help fill some down time. I like to keep their minds busy, there is so much potential in everyone, even those who can't or won't express it, and everyone loves a story


I also want to make one to use with my mitten project. I've read the same story for nearly 15 years, maybe it's time to try something different

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Read these Comics

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    In the column below are some comics that Nelson and I made. Take a look.

Nelson's New Comic

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    Take a look at Nelson's comic about retiring.

Ohio Hunter

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    Here's a new comic, drawn by Nelson and written by me about a strange least it's strange to us.

A Secret

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    Nelson and I have rolled this around between us for a long time. It feels good to put it in a comic form.

Still Waiting...

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    Will the Peace Corps ever take us? That IS the question.

Peace Corps and Africa

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    We thought we were going to the South Pacific, but it has changed.

Looking Good in Comics

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    I have to say, Nelson comes out looking a lot better than me in these comics.


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    This comic was started several years ago. I have to say that I have changed from the person who wrote this. Now, if I'm asked to be with those boys, I'm happy to go.

The Board Meeting

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    Click here for a great comic. I did the writing and Nelson drew the pictures. You can see his picture. Click on each drawing in turn to enlarge it and read the story.

Kiss The Bride

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    Click here for a great comic illustrated by Nelson and written by me: Sometimes truth is stranger than life.

Made In China

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    Take a look at the blog entry called Made In China. It's Jan. 11 of '09. Nelson, my husband, is the chief comic drawer. He has been working on this for awhile. We have a lot of comics in the queue, but it takes him a long time to work himself up into enough of a frenzy to finish them.